Myles Pinkney Online Gallery

Online fantasy art gallery of Myles Pinkney


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Reply valeroth
4:04 AM on February 2, 2017 
I can?t in finding your email subscription hyperlink or e-newsletter service.
Reply Emily
1:03 AM on January 27, 2017 
I'm so inspired by your work! It's the most exemplary I've seen in the field of fantasy art.
Reply Steven Johnson
10:50 PM on November 12, 2016 
Nice. I remember seeing your stuff when I had worked at Art Hardware (when on Tejon / Colorado) back in the 90s. Mark showed me one of your calendars - in fact, I believe I still have one. I've remained friends with Mark since leaving AH. Good guy. Anyway, I am pleased to make your acquaintance, so to speak?.
Reply Rhonda Rohrer
2:57 PM on October 5, 2016 
I was looking to find a price on his vintage Realms of Fantasy collection from Bradford exchange.
Reply jane Pinckney Werthmann
4:24 PM on November 11, 2015 
love your work what country are you in?
Reply Cora Miles
11:45 PM on September 30, 2015 
Dear Myles Pinkney,
   Several years ago we met at one of your presentations at Scholastic Academy in Yonkers.  We met even earlier, when you worked at the Children's Art Carnival.
   Now, as a co-chair of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Library, a project of the Westchester Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute for Nonviolence, I would like to invite you to make a presentation at one of our annual events. 
   Every year the library hosts a Bookfair at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers in White Plains on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  We invite authors to present one or more of their books and sign books purchased that day.  On Monday, Jan. 18, 2016 we would be delighted to have you talk about and show some of the books you have illustrated.  In addition, children would be interested in what an illustrator does, and anything else you would like to include.
  The typical Bookfair also includes a concert by students of Studio Senakwami, a concert by the Ptah Djembe Drummers, a story time for young children and children?s arts and crafts.  Our target audience is children, families and the local community. 
   The Bookfair is free to the public.  It is our main fundraiser for books for the MLK library because Barnes & Noble donates a portion of each sale made that day in any Barnes & Noble and online which identifies our library.  Unfortunately we do not have the funds to pay the presenters.  Despite that, we have been fortunate in attracting outstanding presenters.
We would be thrilled if you would consider our invitation.  We look forward to hearing from you at the email address above.
Cora Miles
Reply Danilo César
10:40 AM on January 22, 2015 
such amazing art pieces, they make me feel like im tripping in the paintings, sooner i'll get some of them
Reply Javier jimenez
12:57 AM on June 25, 2014 
Thanks for making beautiful art. I'm purchasing something soon.
Reply Philup Eloge
11:49 PM on January 2, 2014 
I really enjoy your artwork very vibrant and fantastic use of color- I plan on getting a "Lily" print for a lady friend of mine as she would greatly enjoy it. I am wondering if you ever do special requests? If so please contact me at my email thank you for time!
Reply Stan Dyer
12:44 PM on November 14, 2013 
Came looking for Xmas cards